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The Spectator

Bio Politics, culture and more; weekly since 1828, and a bit more often here. Try a month free – spectator.co.uk/subscribe
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TweetDeck : Monument Valley is a beautiful, meditative game – but my grandchildren think it’s rubbish, says Lynn Barber
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TweetDeck : From Ávila to Cangas de Onis and Casares, Spain has a wealth of beautiful destinations where tourists rarely venture and it’s easy to escape the crowds, writes William Cook bit.ly/3hLMk8S

TweetDeck : Casino capitalism is out, voluntary euthanasia is in: Jeremy Clarke on what angry young French men want
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TweetDeck : Whether it’s a serial-killer thriller, a downbeat tale of heroism against the odds or politically tinged tragicomedy, these films and series, based on real events, can’t fail to grip, thrill and surprise, writes Alexander Larman bit.ly/3fTlVo1

TweetDeck : How can one politely stop predatory kissers? Mary Killen answers Spectator readers’ questions
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TweetDeck : When did you last wish anyone a ‘good afternoon’ or ‘good evening’? Philip Hensher on how we talk today
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TweetDeck : The first German democracy seemed set to last – before extremists wrecked it, leaving the path open to Hitler
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TweetDeck : Which unlikely character intervened when Naomi Campbell was receiving unwelcome attention from Mike Tyson? Mark Mason brings you his weekly trivia. bit.ly/3eEbSCN

TweetDeck : Voluntary euthanasia is in, casino capitalism is out: Jeremy Clarke on what angry young French men want
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TweetDeck : Cambridge University's statement on defending 'the right of its academics to express their own lawful opinions which others might find controversial' rang very hollow in view of their recent track record, says Laurence Wilkinson

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